Lights, camera, action.
Pamphlets mailed to residents from members of Parliament should be informative, keeping us aware of major issues being addressed by the government.
A drunk driver who moved the dying body of his friend to make it look like she was behind the wheel was sentenced Friday to nine years in prison -- Ca
A $15 minimum wage still won't lift many workers out of poverty in Simcoe County.
We still may have to trudge through several feet of snow before the summer returns, but country music fans can start dreaming of August.
Two of the biggest names in Canadian alternative rock in the 1990s are touring together this spring, and spending St. Patrick's Day on a local stage.
Jon Lee drives in an ambulance plastered in SpongeBob SquarePants stickers, blowing bubbles at this patients.
Hugh Clapperton spent his first night in what would become Barrie camped either on or not far from a street that would one day bear his name.
NEW TECUMSETH – A sewage truck rolled into a ditch, sending its driver to hospital, just west of Beeton Friday morning.
Jon and Farrah Flavelle measure the wood that will be used on the sub floor of their new Habitat for Humanity Huronia home on Centre Street.
Things started out all right for the Barrie Colts. They would get ugly in a hurry.
Steven Noble kept the score of last year's defeat on his phone as a constant reminder that he and his teammates had come up short.